BEST FIRST-RUN MOVIE THEATRE

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VAR­SITY The Eglin­ton and York are both no longer, and the Carl­ton – while it’s a great place to catch up on art­house flicks weeks af­ter they’ve stopped show­ing else­where – just doesn’t cut it in terms of com­fort. The Para­mount is too loud and noisy, although it’s great if you haven’t eaten be­fore a show. The best bet is the trusted old Var­sity: the­atres with great sight­lines, good feng shui in the hall­ways, and those awe­some VIP rooms if you feel like splurg­ing and mak­ing like you’re in your own per­sonal screen­ing room. Bonus: you don’t have to step out­doors if you’re com­ing from the sub­way (though, for the record, park­ing is cheap at night un­der­ground), and the Man­ulife foyer is a great place to see and be seen.

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